Salmon Sausage Jambalaya (Paleo, Whole 30 & Keto)
Calling all salmon and comfort meal lovers, this recipe is easy to make, nutrient dense and elegant! All amazing flavors in here that’s just hard to resist. Flavorful and easy to make Jambalaya; this is also a paleo and keto friendly recipe. Simple ingredients and high quality.
Fun and nourishing recipe, this is a great and simple meal to enjoy taste wise and nutrition wise we are getting some goods from the salmon; omega-3's, protein, antioxidants as well as the amazing nutrient content from all the vegetables included, just perfect!
The easiest Salmon Sausage Jambalaya:
This recipe is super super easy to make and it took me just a few minutes to prepare, get ready your ingredients and preheat your oven! I used my instant pot to make things easier and with less mess, plus it feeds a crowd.
So we are using salmon sausages here, simply epic! I love a good salmon recipe and if you are like me, then you'll love this as well. We are adding our seasonings, and instead of rice I used palm heart noodles… why not? It adds a great touch. For the magic, we are including some Salmon Sausage from Blue Circle … epic, flavorful, perfect!
This recipe is perfect as a side dish at a party, for lunch, for a protein source at dinner or even as a snack since it's so filling and great to prepare in batches. This recipe is also paleo; that means that it's gluten and dairy free, and no sugar or inflammatory oils, this recipe is also keto!
The Ingredients for this Salmon Sausage Jambalaya:
Palm Heart “Rice”
As you can see the ingredients are pretty basic! And trust me, this is good because this recipe is addicting. I used a lot of palm heart "rice", vegetables, Salmon Sausage from Blue Circle (or your favorite sausage), and seasonings to add flavor to this salmon recipe. The jalapeño here adds that personal Mexican touch I love an it really amps up the flavor!
Instant Pot or not, it's still a great easy recipe.
For this recipe I used my instant pot but you can also use your crockpot or stove top, just cook until all flavors have been mixed and of course, the shrimp is fully cooked, over all 30 minutes approximately.
Nutritional benefits of this recipe:
Salmon is a great source of protein, healthy omega-3's that have anti-inflammatory properties plus it's a great source of antioxidants. So this is healthy brain, healthy body recipes!
Loads of vitamin C and gut health, such a great combination thanks to the tomatoes, jalapeños adding that vitamin C and the bone broth that adds those amino acids to boost that gut health and immune system.
The full list of ingredients, along with the instructions and portions will be below! This is a very versatile recipe!
Anyways, this is a crowd pleaser! Kids and adults will love this recipe and I hope you do too since it's not only super easy and mostly mess free but it's also delicious! A fancy but extremely easy recipe, hard to miss this!
Overall this recipe is:
Gluten and Grain Free
Meal Prep Friendly
The Final Result:
Crispy, addicting and perfect to enjoy as your weekly dinner, meal prep, dinner date, or in your lunch boxes! Enjoy this in your favorite bowl for extra coziness.
Perfect for meal preps no matter the season and a great way to increase your sea food intake, we've got our salmon and our shrimp.
These are perfect to cook in batches, specially if you use your oven. You can place them in a glass container to have them ready to be devoured at any time or point of the week. It took me less than 30 minutes to prepare so that's a major win when it comes to recipes!
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Salmon Sausage Jambalaya
By María Fernanda López
1 cup of shrimp
1⁄4 chopped onion
1⁄2 cup of chopped celery
1 chopped bell pepper
2 chopped jalapeños
3 chopped tomatoes
1 tsp of sea salt (1⁄2 tbsp of flaked sea salt)
1 tsp of paprika
1 tsp of sumac powder
1⁄2 tbsp of dried parsley
1⁄2 tbsp of red pepper
1⁄2 tbsp of green onions
1 tsp of garlic powder
1⁄4 tsp of black pepper
2⁄3 cup of bone broth
2 cups of palm heart “rice”
In a skillet cook for 3 minutes the onion and celery, then add the jalapeños
and bell pepper, cook for 2 minutes.
Add the seasonings, shrimp and salmon sausages and cook for 5 minutes
Add the tomatoes and palm heart rice, stir and let it cook for 2 minutes.
Add the bone broth, stir and let everything cook for 8 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
Nutritional Information per serving (411 kcal)
Net Carbs (just minutes fiber): 3g
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